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How we can turn unemployment into employment

by rahul

 Posted on 2017-05-29

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After the buzz over India’s mission to Mars and the Prime Minister’s high-decibel Make-in-India, both meant to be showcases of the nation’s engineering talent, here is the latest, grim reminder of the quality of freshly minted engineers:

• While 97% want jobs either in software or core engineering, only 3% are good enough to be engineers in software/product roles, and only 7% can handle core engineering tasks.

• Only 11% find jobs in knowledge-intensive sectors ,as are their analytical or quantitative skills (58%).

• A student from a tier-3 college will get Rs 66,000 per annum less than a student of equal merit from a tier-1 college.

 

These are some of the key findings of a study by Aspiring Minds, a New Delhi-based employability solutions company, on skills, gender, locations and institutions. The report is based on a sample of more than 120,000 engineering students who graduated in 2016 from more than 520 engineering colleges across India.

 

India has 6,214 engineering and technology institutions with 2.9 million students enrolled, according to the Ministry of Human Resource Development.

 

Experts believe an economy with a large percentage of unemployable but qualified candidates is not only inefficient but a recipe for social instability. And the great mismatch in aspirations of graduating engineers and their job readiness is fertile ground for large-scale dissatisfaction and disillusionment.

 

The engineers analyzed by Aspiring Minds are employed mainly in hardware and networking. While 90% of engineering graduates want mechanical, electronics/electrical and civil engineering jobs, only 7.49% are employable in such roles. In interviews conducted for the study, software was the preferred sector for 53% of engineers, while 44% preferred core engineering jobs.

 

Let us examine the skills these engineers bring to the software industry. Less than 20% of engineers are employable for software jobs. Of 600,000 engineers who graduate annually, only 18.43% are employable for software engineer-IT services role; no more than 3.95% can be deployed on projects.

 

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So, most engineers are employed in hardware and networking. Their work mainly involves technical support and network management. Among non-IT roles, there is high employability as sales engineers who sell tech support to companies.

 

In non-tech roles, most engineers find employment in the business process outsourcing (BPO) sector mainly in tele calling and backend processing. In the more lucrative sector of knowledge processing operations (KPO), an area of high revenues, only 11.5% of engineers even qualify for the role of business analysts. The main reasons for low employability is lack of English communication (73.63% did not qualify) and low analytical and quantitative skills (57.96%).

The key reason for such poor job prospects, according to the report, is “inadequate preparation in the domain area, the ability to apply basic principles of say, computer engineering or mechanical engineering, to real-world problems. As many as 91.8% of computer/IT engineers and 60% of engineers from other branches fall short of the domain knowledge required for such roles. These concepts and principles are there in college curriculum, however there is a gap in teaching and learning pedagogy being followed in majority of colleges.”

 

Location matters, for jobs and college quality. Employability varies tremendously across colleges. For instance, 18.26% of software engineers are job ready in tier-1 cities, such as Mumbai, Bangalore and Hyderabad, whereas 14.17% are employable from colleges in tier-2 cities, such as Pune, Nagpur and Surat. This variation is mirrored across states.

 

The message is that a large proportion of employable engineers are ending up without opportunity, a worrying trend for higher education.

 

Location matters so significantly that a candidate from a tier-3 college may be as qualified as a tier-1 student but her odds of finding a job are 24% lower; she will also earn Rs 66,000 less every year.

 

The source of the problem, the report said, could be current entry level hiring practices: Companies visit only certain high-ranking colleges. There is evidence that in the typical resume short-listing process, the college name is a key signal and resumes from unknown colleges are not shortlisted. It is understandable that corporations do this to make their recruitment process more efficient. However, this is leading to a lack of equality in the employment market. It is also preventing companies from accessing a large set of meritorious students.

 

“The IT services industry is not growing at the same pace as before and the growth of entry-level jobs is diminishing. Companies are now looking for hiring candidates who already have decent expertise in programming. Secondly, IT services companies today realise that within two years of the job, the candidate will have to communicate with international customers. As these trends catch up across industry, the employability for IT services sector, which is the largest hirer in engineering, will diminish further. To remain competitive in the job market, colleges and students need to have a fresh focus towards programming and English (both written and spoken).”

To get rid from this problem of unemployment:

1. Most important we should not only focused on “MNC” company

2. For entering in” MNC” companies we should first get proper experience.

 

3. You can start your carrier by entering in small companies for gaining experience.

For more help : http://aspireit.net/sap-hadoop-sas-training-institute

 

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Getting a Job as a Fresher IT Engineering Graduate

by Talent Sprint

 Posted on 2017-05-25

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According to an article in economictimes.com, around a quarter of 2014 Indian IT Engineering Graduates will have trouble getting a job this year. Many other fresh grads will have to take jobs where the skills required fall far below the actual skill base they have upon leaving the college. That’s pretty discouraging if you’re a fresh IT Engineering graduate. So let’s talk a little bit about what the problem is and, then, let’s see if there aren’t some solutions out there that can help you get a job and get working in the field like {SAP consultant, SAS consultant, JAVA consultant, ERP consultant} that you went to college for

 

The Issue As It Stands

There are too many IT Engineering graduates coming out of Indian colleges to fit in an area that has been shrinking as of late. To take a more focused look at the problem, one must take in to consideration the bigger picture. India produces more IT Engineers than both the United States and China combined…an estimate that falls somewhere around a million and a half bright-eyed new job entrants every year.

 

Now…the industries where most of these new hires typically find placement; information technology and manufacturing, have been steadily cutting back on the number of new hires—a trend that is approaching a decade in consistency.

 

This probably wouldn’t be the case if not for the explosion of outsourcing that prompted so much growth in both the Best institute for SAP, JAVA , SAS & ERP are producing graduates and the number of new graduates themselves. If you haven’t heard…outsourcing has slowed down as world economies have contracted since 2008.

 

So what to do if you’re an IT Engineering graduate and you are greeted with this terrible news straight out of college? Find a new career path? Take what you can get? Turn to a life of crime (not so far from the truth)? Go elsewhere? Well, all is not doom and gloom…there are some solutions and for searching that solution you want a vision that vision you can get through IT institutes for example Aspire Techsoft Pvt Ltd which provides solution in the form of classes like SAP classes, SAS classes, JAVA classes & ERP.

 

The International Market

Faced with the prospect of an uncertain…if not downright impossible…job market, you might want to consider the prospect of finding your fortunes away from home soil. India has only recently become a permanent member of the Washington Accord. What does this mean for new Indian IT Engineering graduates who may not have a degree from one of the more preeminent colleges in India? It means that the degree you worked so hard to get is now recognized outside of India…America, Japan and Australia are just a few of the 17 countries where an Indian with an IT Engineering degree can now apply their degree and their trade.

 

Before you pack your bags however, find out which of these 17 countries are the best fit for you…not only in terms of employability but in terms of lifestyle. While IT skills translate fairly easily, culture shock can send you scurrying for home.

 

Rely On Tried and True Techniques 

In a difficult job market, there is very little you can do to effect change and land a job. But, one way to ensure that you remain unemployed…or under employed, is to ignore the things people are doing to land jobs right now.

In an article for LinkedIn.com, Lou Adler, a consulting and search firm CEO lays out 12 different ways that prospective hires can go about increasing their prospects for getting a job. Among these are some fairly obvious methods…like finding out who hiring managers are, along with some more uncommon ideas like creating a video resume, applying your skills to a problem the company is currently having and sending out a custom email that sets you apart from all the stock ones that a hiring manager receives.

 

Reach Out to Those in Your Field with Jobs

You may not know a single person who has walked out of college with their IT Engineering degree and found a job. Don’t let that get in your way. According to a forbes.com survey, Networking is still the number #1 way to land a job. It doesn’t even matter who you know. It matters how you go about getting to know people that can help you out…grow your contact chain. If you don’t know anyone, your college and your professors…along with professional organizations, can get you started in your quest to network your way to a job.

 

Don’t Give Up

It’s always easy to throw in the towel and walk away. Numbers change, economies change…job markets change. Take these steps to increase your chances of success:

Develop “practice-oriented” technical skills and sophisticated soft skills.

·  Fresher can do one thing they can join small/medium business for experiance

·  They can work with any institute for gaining experiance

·  Prepare your inner global professional.

·  Invest in a skill-development program...now!

·  Use your brain—it’s what got you your degree in the first place

If in the end you think that all paths I have covered and then to I have not achieve anything, in that case just be calm and visit or contact to Aspire Techsoft Pvt LTD, or visit http://aspireit.net/sap-hadoop-sas-training-institute

 

Source name: Talent Sprint

 

 

  


Are you Looking Job Change in PHP

by Sandeep

 Posted on 2017-04-21

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What is PHP Codignator ?

CodeIgniter is a powerful PHP framework with a very small footprint, built for developers who need a simple and elegant toolkit to create full-featured web applications. CodeIgniter was created by EllisLab, and is now a project of the British Columbia Institute of Technology.Before you start proceeding with this tutorial, we assume that you are already exposed to HTML, Core PHP, and Advance PHP. We have used CodeIgniter version 3.0.1 in all the examples. CodeIgniter is an application development framework, which can be used to develop websites, using PHP. It is an Open Source framework. It has a very rich set of functionality, which will increase the speed of website development work.

 

Why Aspire Training

·         An opportunity for students to get exposed to the real working environment.

·         Help them prepare themselves to scope with the work environment after the completion of the course.

·         Enhance skills to secure jobs.

·         Increase the feasibility of employability.

·         Help develop personal attributes such as critical thinking, decision making ability, creativity, leadership skills, and time management

 

Training curriculum

·         HTML5, CSS3, Java Script, Ajax, Bootstrap, PHP Coordinator Framework,Wordpress

·         Databases: MySQL

 

Trainer Profile :- Our PHP trainer has exposure to work with Core PHP, codeigniter Framwork, PHP MVC. He has very good knowledge into html5 css3, javascript, jquery. Since five he has been working with PHP.

 

Training duration:- 35 hrs

 

 

What we Teach in PHP Codignator

·         CodeIgniter Basics

·         User Management

·         Creating E-commerce Features

·         Managing Data In and Out

·         Working with Databases

·         Creating a Secure User Environment

·         Calendaring, Right Place, and Right Time

·         Extending the Core

·         Working with Images

                                                                  

 

 

 

 

 


Career option after Graduation ?

by rahul

 Posted on 2017-04-06

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While you’r writing your paper of graduation, tons of thought are going in mind what next to do, once finish your exam going to ask everybody friends, relative, Facebook friend  what future plan. If you are planning  to do something better other than. Many short term courses In market . you should know what are ...? 

     Just completing your graduation is not counted as having a great career. You need great knowledge and a good degree  to face  stronger competition in a life. There are many more courses in finance and technical degree. Such as B.com, B.Tech, B.E (IT) , MCA, MCS, MBA finance.

The Most common courses 

1.    Advanced Excel 

One of the most common courses that industries required day to day working, SME industries prefer using excel manage the business. Grab the job opportunity, to upgrade yourself. The employer will not give you job based on B.com degree or any finance degree. He will check extra skills which he requires for his organization.

Let’s see what exact Advanced Excel Formulas make Excel smart. With out them, Excel is just a data keeping tool. But by using formulas, you can crunch data, analyze it and get answers to most complex questions. While anyone can use a simple SUM or IF formula, an advanced user of it would be able to seamlessly write & combine formulas like SUMIFS, SUMPRODUCT, INDEX, MATCH, LOOKUP formulas. Apart from knowing the formulas, advanced Excel users know how to debug them, audit them and how to use which formula for which occasion (and they also know few alternatives for any given formula problem).

2.    SAP 

SAP (System Application product in data processing) is ERP software. The Basically SAP company has many products for SME and Large Scale manufacturing company. SAP B1 is for SME, SAP R3 for Large scale manufacturing . The SAP Company initially started a financial software in 1972. After several years putting lots of efforts  they developed SAP Enterprise solution software. Version are SAP R1,R2,R3 and many EHP they upgraded. Now Industrials are using SAP ECC 6.0 EHP 7.0.  

In short,  I want to say Now SAP Is global enterprise solution provider in the world. SAP can give many job opportunities. You will find several jobs in the market. 

SAP Technical / SAP Functional  Modules

SAP Technical Modules – ABAP, BASIS, HANA, BI, BO, BW, GRC Security, 

Who has completed their technical degree B.E ,B.Tech,BCA, MCA…etc can do easily this course. A Prerequiste for candidate should know basic programming, C,Java,.Net any Programming basic Knowledge. 

SAP Functional Modules  –   SD,MM,PP,FI,CO,HR,WM,PM,PS 

For SAP functional Module required strong domain knowledge of the relevant module like If you are looking SAP MM module, the candidate should know how Material (purchase) Dept is executing their business process. From Purchase Requistion to material outward. Qualification is required – B.E (Mech), M.E, relevant degree..


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